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How to Use WordArt in Microsoft Word

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Depending on the content of your Word document, the stylistic features can be as plain and simple as you want it, or the document can have some style.

For instance, if you’re a teacher and need a syllabus with more flair, or you work at PR agency and need to make your proposal pop, a great way to spiff up a Word document is with WordArt. Watch the video above, or follow these instructions below.

  1. In Word 2013/2016, you’ll begin by highlighting the text you want to make into WordArt.
  2. Select the Format tab.
  3. Click the option to expand the WordArt menu. A pop-out menu will appear on the right.
  4. Now you’ll see all of the different WordArt options.

For another option on how to make your Office documents more interesting with transitions, check out How to Make Interesting PowerPoint Presentations.

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